Recent papers – week #13 – Tracers, resistivity in frozen grounds and isotopes

March 26, 2014 in @en, Article

Rau, G. C., Andersen, M. S., et al. (2014). “Heat as a tracer to quantify water flow in near-surface sediments.” Earth-Science Reviews 129(0): 40-58.

Kneisel, C., Emmert, A. and Kästl, J. 2014. Application of 3D electrical resistivity imaging for mapping frozen ground conditions exemplified by three case studies. Geomorphology 210(0): 71-82. 

Timsic, S. and Patterson, W.P. Spatial variability in stable isotope values of surface waters of Eastern Canada and New England. Journal of Hydrology(0). (Early Access)

 

 

 

Week #1 – Recent Cryosphere papers

January 6, 2014 in Article

Van Wychen, W., et al. (2013). “Glacier velocities and dynamic ice discharge from the Queen Elizabeth Islands, Nunavut, Canada.” Geophysical Research Letters: 2013GL058558.

Van Nieuwenhove, N. and J. P. Briner (2014). “Sea-ice, glaciers and climate dynamics of Baffin Bay and the NW Passage.” Journal of Quaternary Science 29(1): 1-1.

Bouchard, F., et al. (2013). “Vulnerability of shallow subarctic lakes to evaporate and desiccate when snowmelt runoff is low.” Geophysical Research Letters 40(23): 2013GL058635.

Strauss, J., et al. (2013). “The deep permafrost carbon pool of the Yedoma region in Siberia and Alaska.” Geophysical Research Letters 40(23): 2013GL058088. (Open Access)

Wik, M., et al. (2014). “Energy input is primary controller of methane bubbling in subarctic lakes.” Geophysical Research Letters: 2013GL058510.

An, H. and S. J. Noh “High-order averaging method of hydraulic conductivity for accurate soil moisture modeling.” Journal of Hydrology(0). (Early Access)

Kneisel, C., et al. “Application of 3D electrical resistivity imaging for mapping frozen ground conditions exemplified by three case studies.” Geomorphology(0). (Early Access)